According to him, the police under his watch will always provide a level playing ground for everybody in the state. The CP also warned politicians and their supporters in Akwa Ibom to eschew violence, thuggery and other vices, but embrace peace or explore legal options in settling their difference. Kimo admonished those with issues that could lead to the break down of law and order to approach courts of competent jurisdiction to settle their matters amicably. “We will not be partisan, but fair, just and responsible; above all, we will be professional in the discharge of our duties. “We will provide a level playing ground for everybody; we are here to save life and property, the police cannot do it alone; we need the cooperation of law abiding citizens of the state,” he said.
Kimo, the 25th commissioner of police in the state, who assumed duty on November 23, also acknowledged the peaceful nature of the state. He said without the sustaining the peaceful atmosphere, the state would not achieve the desired development.